Fire escape

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10 years ago
I am caring for a two bedroom property with front and rear exits. Do I have to provide a secondary escape from bedroom windows with opening restrictors that can be overridden in the event of an emergency? I know this is advisable but is this enforecable in accordance with building regulations on an old house when letting?.

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